UC Irvine’s FRESH Basic Needs Hub & Blum Center present: Food for Thought. This is a three part event on Healthy Eating on a Budget, Cooking Demo, and Food Justice Panel.
Join us for a three-part educational event focused on issues related to affordable and healthy nutrition. Refreshments will be provided.
Jody Margolis, registered dietitian, will lead a Q & A session where students will have the opportunity to ‘ask the expert’ regarding healthy eating on a budget.
Natalie D’Azzo, Wellness & Peer Education Programs Manager from the UCI Center for Student Wellness & Health Promotion, will demonstrate how to make a vegan one-pot meal.
An intersectional discussion on community resilience, mobilization, and empowerment that focuses on the issues of food justice on college campuses and within institutionally marginalized communities. Panelists include: Manny Preciado, Abel Ruiz, Elika Dadsetan, and Selma Hassane.
April 18, 2018
4:00 – 6:30 p.m.
Student Center, Emerald Bay B
Presented by the FRESH Basic Needs Hub and the Blum Ambassadors Council, in conjunction with the Blum Network’s SACEPI Global Poverty Action Days. Learn more here.